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NewSpring Church exists to make Jesus famous, one life at a time. Everything about the church's services, outreach, discipleship process, teaching and evangelism is driven by that mission statement. This kind of simple focus on glorifying God and reaching out to the "un-churched" and "de-churched" enables NewSpring to grow without being bogged down in programming. NewSpring Church has a vision of continuing to grow, impact lives and use technology and the arts to strategically communicate the good news of Jesus Christ.
Colin A. Hanna
With a stated mission of promoting Constitutional government, economic freedom, and traditional values, Let Freedom Ring was formed to counter the attacks of anti-conservative groups on patriotic candidates as well as attacks on the important issues of our day – those that affect the core of our society: the family, marriage, the economy, energy, abortion, health care and foreign policy, to name just a few. Let Freedom Ring also works to keep our constituents and the media informed about what our founding fathers’ intentions were and how history shapes laws and our culture today. Through seminars, workshops, ad campaigns, leadership and grassroots training and educational materials, Let Freedom Ring strives to motivate, activate and educate those who are interested in keeping America the great nation it has always been. Let Freedom Ring has conducted successful non-partisan and bi-partisan events in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Washington, D.C. and many other locations across the U.S. that have featured the nation’s top leaders as keynote speakers. Video productions such as “Inner Strength,” educating the public about the faith and perseverance of some of America’s top leaders including President Bush, have been created and distributed by Let Freedom Ring. The organization has also equipped individuals and churches to hold voter registration drives and created award–winning television and radio commercials, public service announcements, and broadcast and written commentaries. The leaders of Let Freedom Ring have been featured in the news countless times.
Methodism is a movement of Protestant Christianity represented by a number of denominations and organizations, claiming a total of approximately seventy million believers worldwide. The movement traces its roots to John Wesley. His younger brother Charles was instrumental in writing much of the hymns of the Methodist Church. The Methodist Church is known for its missionary work as well as its establishment of hospitals, universities, orphanages, soup kitchens, and schools to spread the positive message of Jesus.
The Willow Creek Association (WCA) was founded in 1992, and works to link like-minded, action-oriented churches with each other, and with strategic vision, training, and resources. WCA is driven by a calling to serve Christ-following leaders as they build Biblically functioning churches, Acts 2 communities of faith that reach increasing numbers of lost people and grow them into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The WCA's goal is to seek out and share God-given breakthroughs with widespread potential from churches around the world, supporting a rapid diffusion of innovation through the local church for the sake of Christ and His Kingdom. The WCA is a not-for-profit ministry, with more than 12,000 Member Churches from 90 denominations and 45 countries. These churches, and others served, represent a wide variety of sizes, denominations, and backgrounds, and are ministering in literally every corner of the world. While pursuing their own unique, God-given vision for ministry in their own communities, Member Churches confirm a shared commitment to Christ and a passion for reaching those who are not yet part of His family.
Bishop Dale C. Bronner
The Word of Faith employs the motto, "reaching the lost, and teaching the found." As an interdenominational church, they join with like-minded Christians in spreading the Gospel around the world. The goal is a church void of segregation because of race or nationality. They want unity not only nationally but worldwide as well.
According to the Apostolic Church's website: The Church was first formed in 1916 as a result of the 1904 Welsh revival, the Apostolic Church is a Trinitarian, Pentecostal denomination with a strong commitment to mission. They have established Apostolic movements in over 40 countries, many of which are self-governing. Within the UK the Apostolic Church is represented by approximately 110 churches. Their national conference is held annually in Swansea, South Wales and has visitors from several countries attending.
Founded in 1985 as “Life in the Word,” Joyce Meyer Ministries endeavors to impact the world, following the call to present the Gospel to the lost, disciple nations, feed the hungry, clothe the poor, minister to the elderly, widows and orphans, visit prisoners and reach out to people of all ages, and in all walks of life. Based on the belief that God requires Christians to teach people how to apply biblical truth in every facet of their lives, Joyce Meyer Ministries encourages Christians to influence every aspect of the world around them. With the organizational goal to reach every nation, every city, every day with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Joyce Meyer Ministries provides global humanitarian aid to hurting people, and teaches Christians and non-Christians alike how to enjoy everyday life by applying biblical principles in all they do. Joyce Meyer’s television and radio programs air in 25 languages in 200 countries, and she has written over 70 books on Christianity.
The Foursquare Church was founded by Aimee Semple McPherson in 1927 in Los Angeles. The Church believes that the Bible is the infallible word of God, the necessity of man's repentance and acceptance of Christ, Baptism/Communion, the eventual second coming of Christ, the Fall of Man and The Trinity. To find your local church, visit: http://www.foursquare.org/locator
Youth With A Mission (YWAM) is an international, inter-denominational, non-profit Christian missionary organization. Founded by Loren Cunningham in 1960 to "know God and to make Him known," YWAM now has operations in over 160 countries. In the nearly 50 years since its inception, YWAM's activities have expanded from youth-focused short term trips to include educational training, church planting, business as mission, and relief and development services. Today, YWAM involves people of every age group. YWAM is now composed of people from over 150 countries and a large number of Christian denominations, with over half of the organization's staff coming from "non-western" countries. YWAM currently has over 16,000 full-time volunteer workers in nearly 1,100 operating locations in 171 nations and trains 25,000 short-term missions volunteers annually.
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